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was spokesperson for vermont governor howard dean. cal thomas a syndicated columnist and fox news contributor. cal, start with you. when it cops to media mistakes, missteps, whatever, what's the big story of the year now ending? >> oh, golly there were so many, jon. during the republican presidential primaries you saw newt gingrich taking on the host of that debate. republicans never lose when they take on the media. but i think what republicans ought to do, the next time around is not to fall into this template that allows these liberal hosts to question them, often from a negative and liberal perspective and start demanding they have at least one conservative on a panel. i would like to see a panel, for example, with at least one conservative like a rush limbaugh, sean hannity, mark levine to even things out a little bit and challenge the democrat in the general election in ways that they don't. we had other stories that were big media stories in 2012. you remember the unfortunate shooting in aurora, colorado, where abc's brian ross, went on the air and looked up in the phone book and found a na
california college. the campus is on lock down now. students at cal state fullerton are being told to stay inside and lock the doors to campus buildings and s.w.a.t. teams move through the university, looking forearmed robbery suspects this, is a live picture now. >> police say at least fist people robbed a jewelry store, then took police on a chase that ended up on the southeast portion of the cal state camp yuchls a high school is on alert tonight. one robbery suspect has been detained. the s.w.a.t. team still looking for four more people. we'll keep you updated on this live, breaking news. good evening, i'm dan ashley. >> we're also following breaking news from sacramento tonight. governor brown says he's fighting cancer. it's a fairly common form among men his age, prostate cancer. abc 7 news nannette miranda is live in sacramento tonight with the latest on the governor's treatment plan. >> well, california's 74-year-old governor is n in excellent health. many experts agree he'll get through this scare just fine. the office describes this diagnosis as localized prostate cancer meaning
both directions closed from big sur in south. because the slide area remains active cal trans will strictly control one lane opening at 8 a&m, noon and then at 4:00 p.m. tomorrow in order to allow cars and bicycles to pass. >>> in ease palo alto water district worker keeping a close eye on the san franciscoite creek. it caused the evacuation of 7 homes and a levy leaked. repairs made to the levy and so far so good. >> looking fine as long as we don't get more are precipitation. we are not anticipating any more downpours at this point. we are just assess ising damage at this point in time. >> people who live in the area say it happens all of the time. city officials are aware and hope a publi public works projt scheduled for the spring will fix things once and for all. >>> go to the sierra. a few view you from a cal trans camera at highway 50 at meyers. ski resorts reporting they were busy for the christmas holiday and hope to repet it for new year's. >>> here is a look at conditions on i-80 where chains are required. snow showers will continue through the night. the chp ised a
're going to nevada, arizona, texas. they're going everywhere except cal. here's michael reagan, political consultant and author of the new reagan revolution. thanks for coming back on. it doesn't have to be this way. this is the most screwed up state in the country. >> and then they voted to raise taxes the 13.3%. the millionaire's tax that starts at $250,000 per household. they wonder why people are leaving. 17 companies are month are leaving the state of california. but worse, they are taking their workers with them to the state of arizona, nevada, texas and what have you. people are leaving the state, not moving into it. >> this renewable energy thing is hilarious. what if there's no wind, no sun. they have to have backup of fossil fuel generators, turbines and whatnot. you have to have the great green energy experiment which doesn't work. instead they have to double up on fossil fuels which costs everybody a fortune. >> it all started under governor arnold schwarzenegger with the cap and trade, green energy bill. it's expanded since then. this year you have the governor of the state o
risk," cal dooley, president of the american chemistry council, an industry lobbying group, says the chemical is perfectly safe. >> we believe they are absolutely safe, and if you look at every regulatory agency that evaluated the safety of phthalates, they have all determined that they are in fact safe for their intended use, the way they're being used in consumer products today. >> but then came the headlines that read like a parent's worst nightmare: "chemicals feminizing males" and "more birth defects seen in boys." congress reacted, passing that law on phthalates in toys. rick woldenberg is feeling the impact. he runs a toy manufacturing company called learning resources outside chicago. >> it's really perfectly good merchandise. >> he's had to throw away 3,000 toys, and he's remade the rubber duckies and plastic ice cream without the offending phthalates. but what about this child's telescope? >> this isn't soft. >> no, it doesn't have phthalates in it, or if it does, it would be on a small part on the inside. no one's going to eat the telescope. >> and yet under the law, h
into the sandy hook elementary school minutes after the cal went out. >> when i saw that officer penna had a rifle, i kind of told him, you're in front, buddy, and the heroism he displayed just to get in front of us -- >> the gun powder smoke in there is nothing i ever want to smell again because it was just overwhelming. >> what were you hearing at that point? >> silence. there was no noises. >> the quiet was deafening. every second seemed like an hour. >> i never experienced fear like that ever. it was -- i mean it was free-falling almost. >> reporter: the officers made their way through the kitchen and into the lobby. >> that's when my world came crashing in on me because i saw the victims there and i knew this wasn't a joke, this wasn't -- this was real and we had somebody that was murdering people in there. we knew that we couldn't help them because they were beyond that. you just wanted to be fake. your mind keeps telling you that this is not real. >> reporter: what's been the hardest part of this for you? >> we're supposed to run toward danger. that's what we do. so i don't really c
with learning and described his as, quote, definitely the cal leng of the family. they say she battled with the school board and ended up having her son home schooled. joining me now with insight on profiling a killer is forensic ska skaul yis ma hanldy. it's so far out of the realm of mainstream thinking you don't know the questions to ask. what drives the kind of -- i'm assuming it's anger that causes someone with no criminal record to just pop like this and do something so horrific? >> well, typically there is a lot of anger with a person like this. on top of it, an obsession with power obtained through violence. the idea that one can have omnipitent power and control as an antidote for the powerlessness they experienced in life in other ways. there are commonalties in the individuals. hopelessness, desperation, usually self-destructiveness, and oftentimes usually, in fact, there are warning signs that are there to be discovered, that can be reported. this kind of leakage can enable us to disrupt an unfolding violent pathway. >> now, listening to some of the what the aunt said descr
. >>> accomplice cal experts say this could be the critical week in efforts to prevent the so-called fiscal cliff. danielle lee is on capitol hill, where lawmakers appear to be edging closer to an agreement. >> it's crunch time here in washington. analysts say president obama and speaker boehner have until the end of the week to reach a deal if lawmakers will get it passed by the friday before christmas. as a diesel engine plant, president obama stood his ground on the fiscal cliff. >> all congress needs to do is pass a law that would prehaven't a tax hike on the first $250 of everybody's income. >> the latest campaign stop had an announcement. business leaders warn this time of investment will suffer without a deal to avoid billions in tax increases and spending cuts next year. >> we have more than -- i think 103 ceos in town last week. the message was sit down, work it out. back in washington there's new momentum. yesterday p many p.m. and house speaker john boehner met one on one for the first time this year. then today staffers continued the private negotiations. the sooner the better, we all
was in amsterdam one time and snoop call m.d. eand want-- cal and says where are you? i said in amsterdam. le got on a plane and we record a song together. >> you go to amsterdam, the make ka of dope and write music together. >> now we can go to colorado. >> what do you make of that? >> i think it's progress and a great step forward and people are finally growing up and looking around the room and checking things out. it seems ridiculous, i think, and have thought for years to let all the illegal drug dealers make all the money and the gun buyers, trading guns for dope and getting people killed all over the border down there when it's a simple thing to legalize it, tax it, regulate it. and fortunately they saw that. >> planning any vacations? >> maybe they'll have a coffee house over there. >> you can have the willie nelson coffee chain. >> why not. >> let's take a break. i want to come back and talk politics with you. >> sure. >> a lot of stuff going on in the middle east. the election. get your take on that. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] everyone deserves the gift of all day pain relief. this
mars rover, given to him by students at cal tech. >> thattette bas getting a t-shirt. >> reporter: and the mock "sports illustrated" cover. >> if they ever bring me out it will be as water boy. >> reporter: no fancy flat screen tv, just an old tube. >> no computer. >> reporter: that means no e-mail, perhaps the secret to buffett's success. poppy harlow, cnn. >>> 17 minutes after the hour. let's get you up to date with the morning's top stories. six states in the northeast under this winter storm warning. you can see why. heavy snow, damaging winds targeting folks from pennsylvania to maine. holiday travel a mess. 1,700 flights canceled yesterday. more of the same expected today. nelson mandela is out of the hospital but he's going to keep getting medical treatment at home. south africa's former president has had a couple of health problems this month, including a lung infection and gal stone surgery. he's 94 years old. he hasn't at peared in public in more than two years. >>> so many gifts have poured into newtown, connecticut, that officials are now asking people to stop sending
of liability before they get medical treatment and before they get some shots, and i believe that ahmed cal professional making a player sign a waiver before you provide that player with medical treatment is not only something that is wrong ethically, but at a time when the league professes to care about player health and safety do you think that's consistent with player health and safety? >> very interesting. demaurice smith, thank you for being here. and we now go to london and new tee days of the death of a nurse. charlie d'agata is outside king henry vii hospital in london. charlie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the preliminary autopsy report into the death of jacintha saldanha will be made public tomorrow. in the meantime british reports are reporting that she was found hanged in her nursing accommodations here near the hospital on friday morning. she was cut down by the people who discovered her but by the time the police and paramedics had arrived, she had been dead for some tine. she reportedly left behind a suicide note. the alarm was raised by he
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to see something stronger with the if is cal cliff and the debt ceiling as well and it seems that everything is sort of being held hostage in the whole fiscal cliff discussions and the debt ceiling has become part of that as well. suzanne. >> the president is saying he's not going to allow that to happen. there are other headlines we're keeping our eye on for this thursday. others filing benefits actually went down last week. there were 350,000 of them, that's 12,000 fewer than the week before. that's the lowest level in more than four years. the drop was bigger. home prices posted their biggest jump in more than two years. the gains, rather, clearly trending higher. rising more than 4% since october. >>> toyota has agreed to pay $1.1 billion to settle a class-action lawsuit over sudden acceleration issues. so about 16 million issues are going to be covered by the settlement. the model years range from 1998 to 2010. under the p, toyota is going to install a brake override system. it's going to set up a fond to compensate owners for their reduced value due to all the bad publi
of people around the world who are fanatical of the show will like it. it's very tree at trick cal. it's very large. some of the people who are actually singing in it can actually sing. >> and they had to do it live. >> they had to do it live. not everything. russell crowe has a bit of a rough time. >> very quickly before you go what's going to win best picture and best holiday move. >> "zero dark thirty" and the christmas coalarol from 1939. >> bad santa. >> what a shocker. >> what a shock. thank you both. merry christmas, guys. >>> watching his grandson wasn't a big stretch. we'll hear from billy did you get chips for the party? nope. cheese plate? cheese plate...nope. i made something better. ♪ ♪ you used the oven? boom ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] pillsbury crescents. let the making begin. [ female announcer ] why settle for plain bread? here's a better idea. pillsbury grands! flaky layers biscuits in just 15 minutes the light delicate layers add a layer of warmth to your next dinner. pillsbury grands biscuits let the making begin. >>> there's way that we talk t
't really matter. this is a hoipt cal, later if the mother comes forward and said my daughter wanted to leave, my daughter wanted to leave, that doesn't matter because she's 11. >> what happens, of course, what happens is the parent takes responsibility because of the age of consent. an 11-year-old is not in a position to decide whether or not she's well enough to leave. so the parent would make that medical decision. in this particular case, it is the wrong medical decision to make. i'm sure the authorities don't want to criminalize this. they want to get her back so they can provide the adequate care, remove the catheter. but it could come to that. >> dr. langston, how long have you been a doctor? >> over 20 years. >> have you ever in your 20 years heard of someone doing this? >> not with a child. >> not with a child. not with a child. bottom line, what could happen to this mother? >> the bottom line is that, listen, you know, bring the child back, find her, there is some issues with it, she may be in mexico, that's the other issue here, she could be in serious trouble, brooke, as
to those folk0s to say we need you to communicate to other voters using our cal call tool and our text-messaging system, and say, you tell us how the locations are changing because we have to figure out from you where they are, and you tell us the new laws and we'll make sure we communicate that to our voters and volunteers to help communicate it to our voters. but there's no sill silver bullet there. we would have done everything we could and would have probably had the same issues you had. our offices would have been flooded -- >> we tried these. we used reverse 9-1-1 but people had downed phone lines. so everytime you come up with a solution there was another hurt toll get over to get to that. we worked with the utility companies, gave them a list of polling places so they could prioritize where they were going to get power back on. the friday before the election we had hundred polling places without power. so they worked well with us and once we knew where polling places were not going to open we moved. that's when we started consolidating and bringing them to other locations but w
admission to one of several schools in the cal state university system, provided they meet the basic requirements, like wanda martinez. >> i only went to elementary school. >> reporter: she graduated from piqe so her daughter ail haulex could have a better future. >> make your mother proud. we need to be an educated community because this is going to be our future workforce. >> reporter: something lon garria has talked about a lot on the campaign trail. and now as a co-chair of president obama's inaugural committee. are you nervous? >> i'm very nervous. >> reporter: what will you wear? >> who knows. i don't know. >> reporter: politics and philanthropy, making a difference in both. >> i'm funding these programs because i believe in them. i think it is important that you, yourself, as a role model, as a philanthropist, an activist, you, yourself, give out of your back pocket. i would give my shirt off before i would ask you to give yours. >> alina and eva, thank you. for more on how you can help, go to cnn.com/impact. >>> shocking child case -- care abuse claims and what makes this sto
: the cal tech-trained geologist bought the town for $200,000 and has spent more than 25 years and $1 million to restore it, installing solar panels to power the whole town, e representing eco-cabins based on designs by frank lloyd wright and setting up wi-fi for all the residents. and now this mojave town is experiencing a mini boom, getting visitor from all over. >> people from the u.k., from tokyo, from australia, france. i was amazed when i came to work here how many people from other countries come to visit our little town. >> reporter: and their little town's population has now blossomed to 60 residents as clean tech job seekers stream into the area to see the solar installations and more rare earth mining which is being expanded in the nearby hills. >> it's terrific for me because it's sort of like i'm realizing my dream of, and doing something i really like doing that is turning into a business success. >> reporter: and freeman says he also has plans for an organic farm, electric vehicle charging stations and, of course, more solar panels in the near future. and he also prides
. >> reporter: the cal tech-trained geologist bought the town for $200,000 and has spent more than 25 years and $1 million to restore it, installing solar panels to power the whole town, erecting eco-cabins based on designs by frank lloyd wright and setting up wi-fi for all residents. and now this mojave town is experiencing a mini boom, getting visitor from all over. >> people from the u.k., from tokyo, from australia, france, i was amazed when i came to work here how many people from other countries come to visit our little town. >> reporter: and their little town's population has now blossomed to 60 residents as clean tech job seekers stream into the area to see the solar installations and more rare earth mining which is being expanded in the nearby hills. >> it's terrific for me because it's sort of like i'm realizing my dream. and doing something i really like doing that is turning into a business success. >> reporter: and the nickname of this little town is nipton powered by the sun, and another unique fact is it's only one of two towns in the entire country that's owned by a private
in columbine and virginia tech, and it still happened. it's the most nonsensue cal distraction. >> aim a virginia tech graduate. we had armed guards and our own police force, and it still didn't stop it. >> conventional wisdom says you shouldn't have guns in your home with young children. here we talk about tons of young children in schools. bring more guns into these institutions. >> it's crazy. >> it defies logic. >> the austin american statesman, the man credited for stopping the university of texas sniper shootings has passed away. in 1966 charles whitman killed 14 people and wounded 32 more on ut's campus before he was stopped by police officer houston mccoy. mccoy passed away yesterday at the age of 72. in an interview with the paper, mccoy said he does not want what he did that day to define him. i remember that day as vividly as if it were last week. i mean, there's something truly sad about our culture that we have these tombstones of memory in our mind so horrific. we have newtown, columbine, virginia tech, charles whitman, and we had stockweather in nebraska years ago. it go
. they do seem a little more fill could have cal about the it on the street of seoul. >> paula, thank you. bill richardson who has been to north korea on several occasions, including two years ago when i traveled with him there, he'll be joining with us in our next hour. >>> a former intern to a powerful u.s. senator arrested. we have details of the surprising charges and a shocking past. [ woman ] dear cat, your hair mixes with pollen and dust. i get congested. but now, with zyrtec-d®, i have the proven allergy relief of zyrtec®, plus a powerful decongestant. zyrtec-d® lets me breath freer, so i can love the air. [ male announcer ] zyrtec-d®. behind the pharmacy counter. no prescription needed. >>> recovery for hugo chavez. kate bolduan is monitoring that. what is happening? >> the vice president says the nation's leader faces a complex and difficult recovery after cancer surgery. he's asking the country to remain united and pray for chavez who had surgery in cuba. it hasn't been revealed what kind of cancer he is battling. he's had at least two previous surgeries. chavez won re-elec
's the proets cal for getting it there and who's going to say yes, we can do that at this point? >> let's revisit our high school civics on a saturday morning. that i have to pass it meaning they don't filibuster or don't block and if they vote it through, then the house gets it and the house has to decide if, in fact, republicans and democrats can vote for it. historically john boehner said he wants a very large majority of republicans to vote for this. he's not interested in trying to get democratic votes for it. if he changes his mind and a senate deal cominges to the house then it can pass and all of this can be resolved at least in miniature. with don't have a bill and we don't have a procedure yet in the house. >> what are the chances given that this bill is lookings like it's getting smaller and smaller, what are the chances that the debt ceiling which we hit on december 31st as well what are the chances that that gets wrapped up in this package or are we going to be dealing with it again in 2013? >> the chances of it being dealt with are precisely zero. the
on what politically bract cal to get done, what we can actually eliminate. but you can eliminate a lot of these tax expenditures, broaden the base, simplify the code and bring down ritts. >> who in the base would go for that? that would be -- have you heard anyone in the president's base that would go for that? >> yeah, they would. not to say it's not difficult, it's not hard. we proved that people like dick durbin would move forward. >> i know. that's great. i know. durbin has risen above. he's risen above. >> he really has. >> yeah. >> we thank you very much. >> thank you for having me. i enjoyed it. >> we appreciate your helping us navigate what is an incredibly difficult thing for us to understand but you make it seem very, very easy. thank you, erskine. >> okay. good. stay at it. let's rise above. >> thanks. >> using 23 from now. >> that's zeroing out everything. earned income credit, the -- >> i'm going to stay 23, and i'm going to have a sound bite. you have questions, or comments, about -- kayla, you're back? >> she's talking twinkies. >> oh, my god. she's like, wow. kayla's ta
's big. alex comes back. >> drove back. >> and he works. >> drove from b.d.c. >> he's like cal ripken jr. what's the t.j. analogy? >> he's billy ripken. i'm not knocking billy ripken. he didn't have the streak. >> who's somebody that gets hit and leaves the game? here's the bears' quarterback. what's his name again? >> cutler. >> easy, easy. no, no, no. cutler's tough. cutler's tough. >> yeah, remember when he sat on the sidelines in a playoff game. >> his leg was torn up. come on. >> i got it. >> mark sanchez. >> t.j.'s glad to be on the sidelines. >> give sanchez a clip board. >> msnbc political analyst, harold ford jr. is here. >> good morning. i play hurt. >> you do play hurt. what do you play? >> hurt. >> so is that the policy if there's a christmas party the night before, we don't have to come to work the next day? >> it is if you're t.j. >> i'm out of here. >> because my uncle frank's getting some people together tonight. >> we have to prepare, actually. >> so, yeah. so i won't be here tomorrow. t.j., what are you doing? >> he's phoning it in. not that we don't love dave. dave's g
aisle. it's about walmart and the mechanics cal can business that was aggressive and creative and a corrupter offering large payoffs to get what the law otherwise prohibited. the times reports that the retailer wanted to build a store in an alfalfa field in a town's main entrance which was barely a mile from some ancient pyramids. the town's elected leaders had prevented the new zoning map that would have prevented it. walmart officials decided to undo the damage by a well played bribe and the guy drawing the map drew it a little differently. >> that's exactly what happened. they found the old map and the new map. they found a disk in a shoe box showing the differences. it was incredible. >> the zoning map would not become law until it was published in a government newspaper, so walmart reportedly arranged to bribe an official to change the map before it was sent to the newspaper. walmart issued a statement saying the allegations are part of that company's ongoing investigation of the last "new york times" piece. >> that wasn't a denial. >> no. but we knew about this. and then
.e.c. chairman harry pitt. the current ceo of cal rama partners. this deal is a little bit different, correct? this one might past with muster? >> yes, i think this one has a fairly high percentage of likelihood of passing. doesn't raise the same problems because of the antitrust issues that really defeated the last several efforts. >> but the interesting part here is what it really says about equities trading and how that business has really changed drastically over the last decade or so. >> it does. and also what's happened to the new york stock exchange, which has effectively become a wasting asset. it's kind of sad to see what was once the premiere exchange in the world now selling for what is a relatively low price compared to historic value. but it does mean that equity trading is not the wave of the profitable future. that really belongs to derivatives and futures. >> is this just something that happened because of what's come about with the machines? the rise of the machines, fewer people on the floor, how margins have been compressed? is this something you could have seen happening t
that are bad and then, boom, now they're back together. i prefer cvs to cal greens. but i do not think this deal will get hammered. >> we'll keep an eye on walgreen's. >> i want to talk about nike and red hat. these are the two best stories of the day. if they stay up, i think what you're going to say is maybe things are not as bad with fiscal cliff. china not as bad as we though, u.s. very strong. so nike, if it goes back to 97, it means we're going to have a real bad couple of days in my view. look at red hat. red hat is a technology company that is deeply involved in the cloud. they, too, had a better than expected number, as did oracle in the cloud. so these are my two tales for the trading today, david. if you pick the best of the best and they go down, you'll really have a couple of -- >> when it comes to the so-called cloud play and the use of it in the competition here, is that one of the key names? >> yes, it allows you to manage cloud in a cheap -- an anti-microsoft business. their partner is sales force.com. i'm really using these as tells. in other words, these are the ones
of play, moderate gun owners have become convinced by the nra and other, even moorad cal gun organizations such as gun owners of america, that the goal of all gun safety advocates is to take aware their guns. these owners view even the most reasonable gun-safety proposals with suspicion, fearing a slippery slope to a ban on firearms. this paranoia is what gives the gun lobby its power." and there really is a lot of fear among gun owners. >> well -- >> in certain areas. >> -- when you have gun organizations after barack obama is elect the first same saying they're going to take all your guns away and then they repeat it after he gets elected a second time and people rush out and start buying guns, yeah, there is that paranoia. i think mark halperin, if you're really there -- do i have mark halperin -- maybe i need to do this with everybody that i toss so. i'm going to say a name and then you go check. mark halperin. >> halperin. >> check. >> okay, i can go to him. so mark, chuck schumer, i think, goes to great lengths to tell liberals, to tell progressives, hey, listen, you're not going to
with the boston symphony and we get a lot of classic cal music in the house. we have 11-year-old twin boys and they have their preferences, maybe it's because they're playing most of the popular music i'm hearing in the house i have such a negative take on it. >> do you have an i pod? >> no an ipad. >> do you listen to music on there? >> no i listen on cd and vinyl. >> they have said taylor swift is named after you. what do you think of her music? >> i like her music. and i like the name too. i do think she is a creative singer song writer. she's a remarkable marketing phenomenon and if she can survive that. and it's a hard thing to survive i think. but she seems to have a very clear head on her shoulders and i think if anyone can, she can make it through and continue to evolve as an artist because it's sort of the marketing hit is if you're lucky enough to be successful, that particular passage that an artist has to make, if he's lucky enough or she's lucky enough can be a real jarring life changing event. it can really shake you up, going from being very private to very public. >> many p
that had been accumulated has been dug out, but elect cal equipment will need to be replaced and rebuilt before we see the tens of thousands of riders who rely on this station traveling again. other than the destruction wrought by the storm itself, arguably the biggest impact of the storm was the loss of power. at the outage peak, approximately two-thirds of the state, two-thirds of the entire state was without power. ten days after the storm, 10% of the state was still without power. without power, these customers did not have heat despite temperatures in the low 40's. of the 40 new jersey deaths, about half were directly related to the loss of power, including oxygen machines that were shutting off, people falling in the dark, carbon monoxide poisoning from generators and hypothermia. fully restoring power was a herculean task requiring utility crews from as war away as oklahoma and quebec to help local line workers. and at this moment, our defenses are so low, it's like your immune system. when your immune system is depleted and at its lowest, you're most susceptible to getting ill. w
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